Prayer Times NYC Amherst

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Prayer Times Amherst

There is a town in Erie County, New York, United States Amherst. As of the 2010 census, the town had a total population of 122,366. This represents an increase of 5.0% from the 2000 census.

Source: Amherst by Wikipedia 

Mosque: Mosques in Amherst

PRAYER TIMES FOR AMHERST

prayer times nyc Amherst

ISLAMIC CALENDAR OF DAYS FOR AMHERST

Date Islamic Calendar Days Fajr Dhuhur Asar Maghreb Ishaa
2.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 5:19 13:21 16:55 19:43 21:13
3.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”     يَوم الإثنين 5:17 13:20 16:56 19:44 21:14
4.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”    يَوم الثلاثاء 5:15 13:20 16:56 19:45 21:16
5.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 5:13 13:20 16:57 19:47 21:17
6.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 5:11 13:20 16:57 19:48 21:18
7.4.2017  Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 5:09 13:19 16:57 19:49 21:20
8.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 5:07 13:19 16:58 19:50 21:21
9.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 5:05 13:19 16:58 19:51 21:23
10.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 5:03 13:18 16:59 19:52 21:24
11.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 5:01 13:18 16:59 19:53 21:25
12.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:59 13:18 17:00 19:54 21:27
13.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:57 13:18 17:00 19:55 21:28
14.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:55 13:17 17:00 19:57 21:30
15.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:53 13:17 17:01 19:58 21:31
16.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:51 13:17 17:01 19:59 21:33
17.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:49 13:17 17:02 20:00 21:34
18.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 4:47 13:16 17:02 20:01 21:36
19.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:45 13:16 17:02 20:02 21:37
20.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:43 13:16 17:03 20:03 21:39
21.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:41 13:16 17:03 20:04 21:40
22.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:39 13:16 17:04 20:06 21:42
23.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:37 13:15 17:04 20:07 21:44
24.4.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:35 13:15 17:04 20:08 21:45
25.4.2017 Tuesday “Yoom Atthhulatha”يَوم الثلاثاء 4:33 13:15 17:05 20:09 21:47
26.4.2017 Wednesday “Yoom Alarbia”يَوم الأربعاء 4:31 13:15 17:05 20:10 21:48
27.4.2017 Thursday   “Yoom Ylkhamees” يَوم الخميس 4:29 13:15 17:05 20:11 21:50
28.4.2017    Friday  “Yoom Aljumaa” يَوم الجمعة 4:27 13:15 17:06 20:12 21:51
29.4.2017 Saturday   “Yoom Assabt”يَوم السبت 4:25 13:14 17:06 20:13 21:53
30.4.2017  Sunday   “Yoom Alahad”   يَوم الأحَد 4:23 13:14 17:06 20:15 21:55
1.5.2017 Monday   “Yoom Alithneen”  يَوم الإثنين 4:21 13:14 17:07 20:16 21:56

 

How is the Holy Quran Organized 


The Quran is composed of 114 parts or chapters of unequal length. Each chapter is called a surah in Arabic and each sentence or phrase of the Quran is called ayahs, literally a sign Like the Bible, the Quran is divided into discrete units, referred to as verses in English. These verses are not standard in length or meter, and where each begins and ends was not decided by human beings but dictated by God, ALLAH almighty.  Each one is a discrete act of locution of closed signification, or sign denoted by the word ayah in Arabic.  The shortest of the surah has ten words, and the longest surah, which is  placed second in the text, has 6,100 words.  The first surah, the Fatihah “The Opening” is relatively short (twenty-five words). From the second surah onward, the surahs gradually decrease in length, although this is not a hard and fast rule.  The last sixty surahs take up about as much space as the second.  Some of the longer ayahs are much long than the shortest surahs. All surahs, except one, begin with Bismillah hir-Rahman nir-Rahim, In the Name of God, the Most-Merciful, the Compassionate.’ Each surah has a name that usually mentions a key motto within it.  For example, the longest surah,  Surah  al-Baqara, or  “The Cow” is named after the story of Moses commanding the Jews to offer a sacrifice of a cow, which begins by God saying:

“  And remember when Moses said to his people: ‘God commands that you sacrifice a cow”

Since the various chapters are of various lengths, the Quran was divided by scholars of the first century after the death of the Prophet into thirty roughly equal parts, each part is called a “juz” in Arabic. This division of the Quran was done in order for people to memorize or read it in a more organized fashion, and it has no influence on the original structure, as they are mere marks on the sides of the pages denoting the part.  In the Muslim month of fasting, Ramadan, one “juz” is usually recited every night, and the entire Quran is completed in the thirty days of the month.

 

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